Monday, October 01, 2012

India to stall major TD-LTE deployments till 2014 due to political factors?

There are a number of challenges to kick-starting the Indian mobile broadband market. The large landmass and population are two substantial reasons, but India’s low average monthly revenue per user ($3-5) also constrains cash flow to fund infrastructure investments.

According to Parks Associates, Asia Pacific will lead the 4G LTE market by 2016. Large gains will be in South Korea and Japan. The Asia & Pacific region will overtake North America in number of 4G/LTE subscribers. Asia & Pacific will have more than 53 percent of 4G/LTE subscribers. Globally, the total number of subscribers will be over 560 million by 2016.

From the article, "India to stall major TD-LTE deployments till 2014 due to political factors?"

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